Monday, January 5, 2009

Kepaniwai Heritage Gardens









Kepaniwai was once the site of an ancient Hawaiian battle where Maui Warriors were killed by the invading force of Kamehameha I. So much blood was shed that day that the waters of Iao stream ran red.

Now, Kepaniwai has become a state park that is filled with structures that highlight Maui's various ethnic cultures and the buildings they lived in. Being part Japanese, I was facinated by the Japanese Tea house and gardens.

2 comments:

Patty said...

Sailed in from another site. Love your photos. You should join our little group of people who show off their towns each Friday.

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We would love to have you join us.

Aloha.

Eyeluv Seagars said...

Cool blog. Love the pics. I love Hawaii. In fact moving there in 4 months. Keep up the nice work.